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I've never had to fuel-save before - Robert Wickens

Robert Wickens has admitted he has never had to fuel save before as he found the fuel-saving challenge in the final stint of the IndyGP to be very challenging. The Canadian has spent most of his career in race series which mainly based on sprint racing, where saving fuel isn't always required. Driving in DTM since 2012 and before that, he spent time in junior single-seater series where races do not have any substantial length attached to them. After 2017 series champion Josef Newgarden brought out the caution flag on lap 56 out of 85 after spinning on the Turn 11 kerb trying to pass Sebastian Bourdais, everyone was able to pit for the last time in the race, but it required a tough fuel...
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